[Mono-devel-list] XSP/mod_mono recycling?
monoman at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 10:51:32 EST 2005
Well, if we do that we could also support Web Farms similar to what
IIS 6 supports, many instances of the same web app in the same machine
but in separate processes, so that you can recycle them in turns, what
means that the application is never totally stopped from the client
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 09:55:49 -0500, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at novell.com> wrote:
> Apache has a mechanism in which it recycles the server processes
> every once in a while, this helps if you have a module that leaks some
> kind of resource, and basically resorts to the operating system to
> cleanup after it.
> Today mod_mono and xsp run everything in a single process, and am
> wondering if it would not be a good idea to have them restart the
> processes every once in a while?
> This for instance would help in long running applications that might
> be fragmenting the Mono heap while we get a compacting GC. This would
> also help if we have some unmanaged library running on the process that
> leaks, or whose managed wrapper does not properly dispose of its
> Gonzalo, any thoughts on this?
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